L.A. Bondage by Dave Naz

By on January 6, 2010

0001“Dave’s a pervert like Charles Bukowski, Henry Miller, and Hans Belmer were perverts,” says his best friend Eric Kroll in the Introduction to L.A. Bondage. Los Angeles photographer Dave Naz meets up with expert riggers Damon Pierce, Mykal Binds and Julie Simone, in his grandmother’s backyard, where more than two dozen ladies are in all states of undress, ready to be shot for some honest bondage photography.

The guy has evident talent when it comes to erotic photography, having worked with GQ, FHM, Maxim, Nerve, Stern.de and Salon, and having shot for his own other Goliath titles such as Panties, Legs, Fresh: Girls of Seduction, and Lust Circus, as well as books with other photographers.

One of the first porn magazines Dave ever bought was a bondage one, and now, years later, I wonder if he ever thought he would be making his own more sophisticated versions. Yes, a lot of the women are cute perky young things with envious bodies, but at least they all look like you could possibly run into them down the street in California. You’ll spot some frail boyish figures but there is also an abundance in fleshy curves, unshaved bits, real beauty marks, and the occasional tattoo and body piercing. Some of the women are even getting on in age quite wonderfully.

Damon Pierce is also obviously a force to be reckoned with, especially if you encounter him with several feet of hemp rope. A lot of attention is paid to detail in his riggings, making them almost as wearable as any couture outfit.

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Every bound subject is photographed in natural, everyday settings and the more you flick through it, the more aware you are of natural beauty, and how much more satisfying it is than your banal Photo-shopped model in her fabricated studio shoot. Thank God for people like Dave!

Visit the Goliath Books website to order a copy of L.A. Bondage for £19.99, and to browse other fascinating pervy hardcovers. www.goliathbooks.de

by Kara Martin

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